Today's NHL – Playoffs News
Erik Erlendsson On The Lightning And Their Strong Front Of Successful Leadership Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune is with Tom Veit to talk about the Lightning leadership from head coach to GM and how it has directly benefitted
Erik Erlendsson On Steven Stamkos’ Productivity And What The Lightning Need To Stay Consistent Erik Erlendsson of TBO is with Tom Veit talking about the quiet productivity from Steven Stamkos this year and where the Bolts still need
And to think this odyssey began on a farm in Viking, Alberta, which is much closer to the continent’s polar regions than any palm tree or thong. Darryl Sutter was doing what a Canadian farmer does, scooping up manure
NHL NEWS: Darryl Sutter Los Angeles Kings head coach Darryl Sutter speaks to the media Friday afternoon about closing out the New York Rangers in game five of the Stanley Cup Final. Oh Darryl Sutter and his expressions pic.twitter.com/h1kLLSGUMb
Los Angeles Kings Coach Darryl Sutter spoke to the media after today’s practice for the Stanley Cup Final game to happen Wednesday night. If the Kings win against the New York Rangers tonight, they become the Stanley Cup champions.
New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault spoke to the media following Wednesday’s practice for the Stanley Cup Final game. Q. Is the mood different from yesterday? The guys seemed a little down yesterday. You thought they’d be more upbeat
Los Angeles Kings Coach Darryl Sutter addressed the media after Tuesday’s practice. Q. From your time playing, past coaching, is there a parallel or a comparison you can draw to another player like Justin Williams? COACH SUTTER: Good question.
Los Angeles Kings players Drew Doughty and Justin Williams addressed the media after Tuesday’s Stanley Cup Final practice. Q. Drew, can you talk about Dustin Brown, what you think of him as the captain, what comes to mind for
Downtown? This time, the parade should be done exclusively at the beach. What’s so charming about the culture of the Kings, the Los Angeles hockey team bidding for its second Stanley Cup in three seasons, is that the epicenter
The presence of defenseman Willie Mitchell is one of the biggest changes from last year's Kings roster to this year's.